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Re: RADO IS BLOWING UP! PLZ HELP!

Postby DrewG60 on Apr Sun 11, 2010 2:15 pm

Also, the engine is remaining cold for some reason. Just another piece of info for the equation
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Re: RADO IS BLOWING UP! PLZ HELP!

Postby DrewG60 on Apr Sun 11, 2010 2:18 pm

Thermostat perhaps?
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Re: RADO IS BLOWING UP! PLZ HELP!

Postby DrewG60 on Apr Mon 19, 2010 5:48 pm

15w50....heh...who knew?
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Re: RADO IS BLOWING UP! PLZ HELP!

Postby MT-Getto on Apr Mon 19, 2010 6:29 pm

DrewG60 wrote:15w50....heh...who knew?

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Re: RADO IS BLOWING UP! PLZ HELP!

Postby vrtpassat on Apr Mon 19, 2010 8:46 pm

DrewG60 wrote:Also, the engine is remaining cold for some reason. Just another piece of info for the equation

is this what the gage is telling you or have you felt the engine it might be for this problem a bad sending unit gage is messed up or broke wire unless you have a fail safe termast in wich when they fail they fail in the open position as to not over heat the engine
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Re: RADO IS BLOWING UP! PLZ HELP!

Postby Rennwagen1 on Apr Tue 20, 2010 1:32 pm

sound like a normal week for a corrado, though, huh?!
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Re: RADO IS BLOWING UP! PLZ HELP!

Postby padroB5 on Apr Tue 20, 2010 3:48 pm

LOL EVERY 28 DAYS LOL.... i think the samething now an then lol
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Re: RADO IS BLOWING UP! PLZ HELP!

Postby DrewG60 on Apr Tue 20, 2010 6:22 pm

vrtpassat wrote:
DrewG60 wrote:Also, the engine is remaining cold for some reason. Just another piece of info for the equation

is this what the gage is telling you or have you felt the engine it might be for this problem a bad sending unit gage is messed up or broke wire unless you have a fail safe termast in wich when they fail they fail in the open position as to not over heat the engine
good luck i wish i could help more but you are a ways away :beer:


it was the gauge...due to coolant leak... found and fixed. everything is now fixed except for oil leak. its very small as I am not losing a noticeable amount of oil however *from a novice's perspective* it appears to be dripping on the header which makes for a nice plume of smoke.
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Re: RADO IS BLOWING UP! PLZ HELP!

Postby Roadhog on Apr Tue 20, 2010 6:25 pm

DrewG60 wrote: it appears to be dripping on the header which makes for a nice plume of smoke.


And then a fire.
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Re: RADO IS BLOWING UP! PLZ HELP!

Postby DrewG60 on Apr Tue 20, 2010 6:29 pm

Roadhog wrote:
DrewG60 wrote: it appears to be dripping on the header which makes for a nice plume of smoke.


And then a fire.


a fire???? you must be joking....how can i fix this?
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